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Artist Interview: Matthew Griffin

Two screens within cardboard tv boxes. The bigger of the boxes shows a person cuting a sock while on a person the smaller of the boxes shows a hand holding a smaller hunting knife
Murray Art Museum Albury

20:20 brought together twenty contemporary Australian artists, commissioned at the beginning of the pandemic to create work for our major Summer exhibition. Never before had MAMA have every space in our museum, inside and out presenting new work

Matthew Griffin's Borderline showed how to skin a rabbit, play an alp horn, motivate a footy team with a loose metaphor, and exist on two different sides of a river. Listen to him discuss the word in the video below.

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